Land Surveying Services

• Cadastral surveys

Cadastral surveying is the discipline of land surveying relating to the laws of land ownership and the definition of property boundaries. It involves interpreting and advising on boundary locations, on the status of land ownership and on the rights, restrictions and interests in property. Such information is recorded for use on plans, maps and other legal documents. It also involves the physical delineation of property boundaries and determination of dimensions, area, and certain rights associated with properties, whether they are on land, water or defined by natural or artificial features. Cadastral surveys are generally performed to subdivide land into parcels for ownership under a land title and to re-establish boundaries of previously surveyed properties in order to determine the physical extent of ownership or to facilitate the transfer of the property title.




• Topographic surveys

Topographical surveys is a branch of surveying which involves the process of ascertaining and representing upon a plane surface  the contours of the ground and existing features on the surface of the earth or slightly above or below the earth's surface (i.e. trees, buildings, streets, walkways, manholes, utility poles, retaining walls, etc.)




 • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping

GIS mapping is the creation of maps, a graphic symbolic representation of the significant features of a part of the surface of the Earth.

Geoid technologies ltd has Hand held Kolida gps, RTK geodetic g  ps and Total station that enables us carry out any topographic mapping.






• Geodetic GPS control surveys

Control survey is a class of survey that establishes positions of points with a high degree of accuracy in order to support activities such as mapping and GIS, property boundary surveys, construction projects, etc.






• Drone Surveying and Photogrammetry

Aerial Survey is a method of collecting  geomatics or other imagery by using aeroplanes, helicopters, ballons, UAVS (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ) or other aerial vehicles. Aerophotogrametry refers to placing the camera on air in flying objects.

Aerial Survey can provide many things not visible from the ground.

Geoid employs drone technology to conduct data collection for large and in accessible areas which translates to effectiveness and efficiency.






• Engineering Surveys

Some of the services are; route profiling, setting out, leveling, control establishment, deformation monitoring